Emotions rage as Emily refuses to apologize for upsetting her husband. Emily and Nora are sent away to stay with family in London until tensions cool. Nora becomes engaged and Louis flees to Italy to...
Decent production values. Unlikely scenario: stubbornness to the nth degree. Nicely acted in most parts.
There is a concept of 'the fourth wall' which separates the drama from the viewer. This is smashed regularly for no apparent reason, when one of the characters, suddenly turns to the camera and delivers some form of rationalization. This will add nothing to the exposition, but leaving the viewer, newly disconnected from the world in which he/she was immersed, wondering what on earth the director intended to achieve. Depending on how engrossed you were this is either amusing or infuriating. Really one of the worst (best) examples of why this is not normally a good idea.
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